Former Georgia defensive back Chad Clay still seems to be digesting the fact he is no longer on the team after twice being arrested within a three-month period this spring and summer.
Coach Kirby Smart dismissed Clay from the team in late June after he was arrested for allegedly stealing headphones from a fellow student at the Ramsey Center. Clay was also arrested in April on two felony charges involving the use of a BB gun in a dorm room.
On Monday, Clay disputed those details of his latest arrest in a post on his Twitter account that was deleted later in the day.
Clay was a true freshman and early enrollee this spring. He came to Georgia as a 3-star recruit from Peachtree Ridge. He is the second player to be dismissed from the team since the end of spring drills joining Chauncey Rivers, a sophomore defensive lineman who was booted from the team after multiple arrests, the most recent of which came in May.
Smart chose not to dismiss defensive lineman Jonathan Ledbetter and sophomore cornerback Juwuan Briscoe who had their own run-ins with the law in the spring.